Accidentally in Love With Him? Again? Summary ✓ 8 Tushar a successful photographer sparks fly between themBut Chhavi doesn't believe in love or commitment They decide to carry on a. Disappointing The book had its moments but for the most part of it author was in her own fantasy world The immaturity in her writing was abundantly visible throughout the book Most parts of the book felt like cheap erotic fiction
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Accidentally in Love With Him? Again? Summary ✓ 8 Chhavi Mukharjee has just settled into the cut throat modelling industry when all too soon things begin to fall apart When she meets. I took this book from the stores with great expectations considering Author being one of the best sellers of recent times But when I started reading it all expectations broke in a shudder This book missed a good story line Narration was pretty kiddish with use of in matured vocabulary It is said Writer is a replica of society but these creations portray brutal image The message of the book is wired and I feel pity on mentality of both writer and readers who make these baseless patchy story best sellers The future of literature is in stake We must save itNikita Singh ò 8 Review
Accidentally in Love With Him? Again? Summary ✓ 8 No strings attached open relationship However when she begins to miss him while he's away she knows it is something than just passio. Pretty easy and fun readthough the story didn t really have much in itperfect gal s fairy tale okie not gal grown up galwith lots of naughty ideasBasically the novel touched on a lot of parts Indian authors shy away from as in intimate detailswould have been way better had there been to it than intimate physical praises n fantasiesbut I like the peppy way she writes inover the side character of the novel Vatsala was the one I actually liked way than the lead ChhaviAll in all a novel with nothing great to stand outbut fast moving enough that you can fall in line with it
- Accidentally in Love With Him? Again?
- Nikita Singh
- 10 March 2020